Will and Mindy Welliver, new owners, are excited to continue Joyette’s legacy at Divine Consign. Will is a financial reporting analyst at Clipper Magazine. Mindy teaches 10th grade English at Cedar Crest High School. Stay tuned for more their story, coming soon!
With the help of her family and friends, Joyette Kendig opened Divine Consign on September 1, 2004. Having shopped in consignment stores, thrift shops and people’s garages for years, she opened the shop with a clear mission: “I want to have a shop I’d want to shop in.” For her, this means a unique and friendly shopping experience, clean, organized, quality merchandise and of course, a value for your hard earned dollar.
Every day we look for ways to serve our customers better. But Joyette will never be happy until EVERYONE leaves with the store with 2 big bags in their hands and a HUGE smile on their face.
Meet our staff
Kim, Nellie, Shannon, Aja, Odessa
Carla & Grace